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    City of Austin Public Meeting- Austin Energy 35th street Electrical service & Davis WTP Improvement Projects

    July 16th, 2015
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    Davis WTP 8-5 Meeting Flyer

     

    Dear Neighbors and stakeholders,

     

    See attached flyer for the upcoming second public information meeting the City of Austin is holding about the Davis Water Treatment Plant Improvement projects and the 35th street Austin Energy underground electrical service Project. Meeting flyers are in the process of being mailed out to all neighbors.

     

    If you are a representative of a neighborhood association and would like to help us spread the words out, please feel free to post the flyer on your website.

     

    Meeting details:

    Date: August 5th, 2015, 6:30 pm- 8:00 pm

    Location: Westwood Country Club, 3808 West 35th street.

    RSVPs (optional): Courtney.Black@austintexas.gov

     

    We continue to post updates to our website as they are available to keep you all informed: https://austintexas.gov/department/davis-water-treatment-plant-improvement-projects. In the meantime, please continue to reach out to the project team with any feedback.

     

    Please note the following City of Austin Contacts:

     

    For any questions regarding the Davis Water Treatment Plant Improvement ​Projects inside the Plant:

    Imane Mrini, Project Manager, Public Works
    512.974.7060
    imane.mrini@austintexas.gov

    For any questions regarding the Austin Energy’s 35th street Electrical Service Project:

    David Tomczyszyn, Project manager & Engineer, Austin Energy
    512.322.6821
    David.Tomczyszyn@austinenergy.com

     

    Thanks.

     

    Imane Mrini, PE, PMP

    Project Manager
    Public Works Department, City of Austin

    505 Barton Springs Road, Ste. 900/Austin, TX 78704

    Phone: 512-974-7060, Fax: 512-974-7222

    imane.mrini@austintexas.gov.

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